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Uluru, a sacred Aboriginal site
Nine kilometers in circumference, three kilometers long, 350 meters high. Uluru, in central Australia, is one of the largest known inselbergs in the world, isolated rock outcrops rising abruptly from the earth. For the Anangu people, the traditional owners of the place, Uluru is much more than an imposing mass of stone: it is a sacred place. According to their beliefs, Uluru's rock formations were created by ancestral beings at the time of the world's creation, known as the Dreamtime. These beings shaped the landscape and established the fundamental laws and teachings that guide Anangu life.
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